No, it doesn't.
And this is why 'social scientists' are so often considered to be bigoted fools.
Perkins published his findings last November in a book called The Welfare Trait (Palgrave
Macmillan, £19.99), but you won’t have heard about it or seen it
reviewed in any UK newspaper anywhere because his research has been
judged to be off limits by the self-appointed guardians of the academic
establishment and their outriders in the media. A senior editor of Nature,
one of the leading academic journals, refused to consider it for review
because she regards scientific research into the personalities of the
long-term unemployed as ‘unethical’, and a sociology professor whom the
publishers had asked to peer-review the book refused to do so on the
grounds that any book linking benefit dependency to personality must be
nonsense because personality is a ‘capitalist construct’.
Yeah. Personality didn't exist until capitalism. 'Social scientist' pronouncement.